Make it your own!

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Comics come in all shapes, sizes and formats. These examples of comics made by children show some of the million-gazillion options open to comics creators.

Scanning and printing your comic from a computer is one option.

Cover and extract from Anomalies Vol.2 by Josh

Photocopied comics are just as good.

Extracts from Moss Man by Milo and I am a Sloth by Lucy

The size and format of your comic is up to you: A4 or A5? Stapled or stiched? Concertina-book or hand-folded mini-comic?

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Extract from mini-book series Guy Fawkes and the Phoenix by Lucy

How did you make your last comic? And how will you make your next one?

Comic Swap is open for entries from all sorts of young comics creators making all sorts of comics. Here’s a link to everything you need to know.

There’s still to get involved in our first swap. Email us your completed permission form by Friday 7th April 2017, and make sure your posted comics arrive at Seven Stories: The National Centre for Children’s Books by Friday 14th April 2017.

Many thanks to Josh, Milo and Lucy for sharing their comics.

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First entry for our first Comic Swap

Our first Comic Swap entries have arrived!

Tales from Dundee and Beyond is made by Comics Club at Dundee Comics Creative Space. It’s a collection of comics strips made in the first six months of the club. Six months! That’s a pretty impressive publishing timeline.

You can find out more about CC@DCCS on their website, and over on the Comics Club blog.

Comic Swap is open for entries – plenty of time to get involved! Here’s a link to everything you need to know. Email us your completed permission form by Friday 7th April 2017, and make sure your posted comics arrive at Seven Stories: The National Centre for Children’s Books by Friday 14th April 2017.